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Pitching for the first time since Tommy John surgery, Jenrry Mejia gave up two runs on four hits over five innings for Class A Advanced St. Lucie.
Cody Martin pitched six no-hit innings before allowing two hits in the seventh inning as Lynchburg beat Wilmington, 1-0, on Wednesday.
Marlins top prospect Christian Yelich homered twice and scored the go-ahead run Wednesday as Jupiter edged Tampa, 4-3.
Dellin Betances went eight innings for the win and Brett Gardner tripled as Scranton/ Wilkes-Barre held off Columbus, 2-1, on Wednesday.
No. 3 Mets prospect Jeurys Familia allowed a run on four hits and fanned six over six innings as Buffalo beat Durham, 4-1, on Wednesday.
Kaleb Cowart went 3-for-5 with a homer, double and four RBIs on Wednesday, leading Cedar Rapids to a 14-2 romp over Burlington.
Julio Teheran allowed an unearned run on five hits over a season-high six innings as Gwinnett fell to Buffalo, 4-3, on Monday night.
Daisuke Matsuzaka allowed two hits and walked three in 4 2/3 innings for Pawtucket on Monday as he rehabs from Tommy John surgery.
Wil Myers launched his fourth homer in five games and extended his hitting streak to 14 games as Northwest Arkansas beat Tulsa, 6-2.
Jorge De La Rosa allowed four runs -- three earned -- over 2 2/3 innings in his second rehab start for Modesto on Monday night.
Los Angeles Dodgers top prospect Zach Lee allowed one run on three hits in Rancho Cucamonga's 6-2 win over Inland Empire.
Jo-Jo Reyes struck out eight and allowed three hits in a complete-game effort as Indianapolis blanked Lehigh Valley, 4-0, on Monday.
MiLB.com's Ben Hill visited Pensacola's Community Maritime Park, where the view is equaled only by the fan-friendly environment.
Back in a ballpark where he enjoyed success in college, outfielder Jared Mitchell is having a breakout performance in 2012 with the Barons.
Binghamton left-hander Darin Gorski has been undaunted by the jump to Double-A after earning FSL Pitcher of the Year honors last season.
Nolan Arenado burst onto the scene with Modesto last season. This year the Drillers third baseman believes his defense is ready for the Majors.
There's a lot of baseball left to be played this season, but MiLB's attendance numbers in the early-going are looking strong.
Jamie Moyer promotions continue apace, as the ageless lefty gets the bobblehead treatment along with other stars of past and present.
John Gast posted his best line of the season and Oscar Taveras hit his ninth homer as Double-A Springfield shut out Arkansas, 4-0.
Frisco's Jurickson Profar extended his hitting streak to 19 games while NW Arkansas' Wil Myers homered for the fourth straight game.
Mickey Pena threw six perfect innings and Hunter Cervenka and Tyler Lockwood did the rest as Greenville no-hit Rome, 1-0, on Tuesday.
Jacob Turner struck out eight and yielded four hits over seven shutout innings as Lakeland beat Palm Beach, 5-1, on Tuesday night.
Sean Gilmartin pitched seven strong innings on his 22nd birthday for his first Double-A win Tuesday as Mississippi beat Pensacola, 3-1.
D-backs' top prospect Trevor Bauer allowed just one hit over seven scoreless innings in Mobile's 11-0 blanking of Jacksonville.
Jair Jurrjens surrendered only two runs on five hits over eight innings in his second start since being sent down to Gwinnett.
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